Autograph letters signed (2) : Trinity College, Cambridge, to J.M. Barrie, 1922 Dec. 18-1928 Feb. 20.

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Autograph letters signed (2) : Trinity College, Cambridge, to J.M. Barrie, 1922 Dec. 18-1928 Feb. 20.

Thanking him for writing after their first meeting, and proposing that they both refuse to sit to William Rothenstein.

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